Student has been given unique grant at university

The hustings at Portsmouth College - from left:  David Carpenter (college governor), Gerald Vernon-Jackson (Lib Dems), Ian McCulloch (Green), Steve Fitzgerald (college teacher and chair), Stephen Morgan (Labour), Kevan Chippindall-Higgin (Ukip) and Penny Mordaunt (Cons)   Picture: Heather Eggelton

Parliamentary candidates grilled by students at Portsmouth College debate

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A STUDENT from Waterlooville has won a grant from the Royal Television Society.

Hannah Hook from Hampshire has been awarded £3,000 towards studying a degree in film and television production course at the University of York.

Chief executive of RTS Theresa Wise said: ‘Great talent can be lost without the right support.

‘We’re committed to finding, funding and nurturing the next generation.

‘Through the RTS Undergraduate Bursary Scheme I’m convinced that we can make a critical contribution.

‘We look forward to following their future career achievements.’

RTS is a forum for television and related media and an educational charity whose purpose is to promote the art and science of television.

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